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The key to being confident in the evaluation of skeletal trauma imaging is to rely on the identification of injuring patterns. For each mechanism of injury applied to a specific skeletal section, the latter can only present traumatic features predefine; this is called an injuring pattern. Skeletal Trauma: A Mechanism-Based Approach of Imaging combines the knowledge of both surgeons and radiologists to propose a mechanism-based approach to imaging in skeletal trauma. This book uses over 30 original schemas, details common radiological views, and how they’re performed, and invites the reader to investigate the imaging features and determine the encountered mechanism of injury.
- Presents a comprehensive review of skeletal injuries using a mechanisms-based approach
- Reviews relevant general and radiologic anatomy
- Assists reader in understanding why and where injuries occur and how they present on imaging
Radiologists, Orthopaedic Surgeons, Traumatologists and different subspecialties of orthopaedic surgery (joint surgeons, spine and pelvic surgeons), as well as General Practitioners, Sports Physicians / Orthopaedic Surgeons and those in Emergency Medicine
- Introduction to Skeletal Trauma
2. Scapular Girdle
7. Pelvic Ring
9. Proximal Femur and Hip
13. Cervico-occipital Junction
14. Cervical Spine
15. Thoracolumbar Spine
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- © Academic Press 2021
- 1st February 2021
- Academic Press
- Hardcover ISBN:
He is a Professor of radiology and has been a musculoskeletal radiologist for over 15 years. He trained at the University Hospital of Strasbourg, Cochin Hospital (Paris) and Harvard MGH (Boston). Dr. Bierry is the author of over 70 peer-reviewed scientific publications and a dozen book chapters; associate editor of BMC Medical Imaging and a reviewer for more than 20 scientific journals.
Associate Professor, Chief of Musculoskeletal Imaging, Department of Radiology, University Hospital, Strasbourg, France
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